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Core Agenda & Exhibition: 11-14 Nov
Exhibition Opening Dates: 12 - 14 Nov 2024Cape Town International Convention Centre, Cape Town
Core Agenda & Exhibition: 11-14 Nov
Exhibition Opening Dates: 12 - 14 Nov 2024,
Cape Town International Convention Centre, Cape Town

Africa Tech Festival's Infamous Party Night returns in 2022

We're back in Cape Town for our 25th birthday, join us for a celebration of tech, networking, music and much, much more...


For our return to our physical event in  Cape Town and the celebration of our 25th anniversary, we're bringing out all the stops. For those of you who joined us in our previous physical events, you know that our parties are unforgettable. Our previous guests have included world-class acts like Black Coffee, DJs in Tech, Mafikizolo, DJ Zinhle and Early B, amongst many others. 


Mafikizolo is a South African singing duo consisting of Theo Kgosinkwe and Nhlanhla Nciza. The duo has swept many awards including the SAMA Best Duo/Group of the Year award multiple times.


South African DJ and music producer Black Coffee has built his legendary house music career over the last two decades, becoming one of Africa's biggest DJs. 


Born in Dannhauser, a small town in Kwa-Zulu Natal, Zinhle Jiyane aka DJ Zinhle has become one of the most celebrated female house DJs in South Africa.


DJ’s In Tech are Internet engineers that love to build the Internet, love music, and love to DJ! The idea: to play music for the tech community during events - because only those from within the community would also give back good music to the community! 


Port Elizabeth's hottest rap artist who is breaking barriers with dedication, hardwork, passion and prayer. Pump Early B Music tot jou ma skel!
In 2012, Port Elizabeth gave rise to one of its best solo rap artists yet. Early B, the 28 year old Ghoema Award winning rapper claimed his spot in the music industry as a solo artist with music that catapulted him onto national levels and created a demand for himself both nationally and internationally. Early B became the sort after name at music festivals across the country and a household name to hip-hop fans.